Kirin is the only Chinese restaurant in the Serendra and Boni High Street area that is worth trying out. They serve Hongkong Cantonese-style dishes that are pwede na. For me, the Best Chinese Restaurant in Bonifacio Global City is Eat Well! Delicious Kitchen, followed by Zhu Chinese Cuisine and next would be Kirin Chinese Dining. I’m not a fan of Fu despite the fact that it is associated with Hai Shin Lou. I would rather go across the street to Market! Market! and eat at Hap Chan.
The price is relatively affordable but you would notice that the serving sizes are smaller than usual. We love eating dimsum after walking around Boni High Street in the evenings, so this place hits the spot in addressing that late-night craving. Kirin is also one of the restaurants that would have a good view of the World Pyro Olympics (if you eat in the al fresco dining area).
One night, my kids and I went on a boys’ night out and ended up eating dimsum. 🙂 Aidan loves Hakaw like his dad and loves siopao (his two cheeks look like siopao too!) Syoti Joshua is following Aidan’s lead most of the time. (Para silang Batman and Robin.)
Dimsum, Steamed Rice Roll, and Congee | Roasting, Rice Toppings, and Soup |
Noodle Soup/ Boiled Soup, Fried Rice, Steamed Rice, Baked Rice, and Rice Toppings, Fried Noodle |
Chinese Classic : Pork, Chicken, Seafood, Beef, Vegetables |
Chef’s Recommendation: Pork, Chicken, Beef | Seafood, Vegetables |
Desserts, Recommended Drinks, Drinks
Sarap! This Spinach soup could rival our favorite Spinach soup in Lutong Macao.
Not bad. It’s a good starter for your meal.
It doesn’t have the usual “fillers” and is just composed of really good, fresh shrimps wrapped in wonton wrapper. It is a bit small though…
Don’t order this. They probably don’t know how to make good Shao Long Pao yet.
It is indeed fresh, and it tasted clean with the sauce.
It tasted like Dory Fillet served with Mami noodles. Interesting combination.
This is our favorite vegetable dish in any Chinese restaurant. Aidan loves broccoli.
I would recommend these “lechon” cubes — very tasty because of the crunchy skin and thin layer of fat.
Yummy but a bit heavy, particularly if you order it for a late-night dinner.
I’ve been craving for good Szechwan-style dishes in Manila. I still can’t find a good place for it. In the meantime, this is a good dish to order (but it is deep fried — although not that oily).
So, what’s your favorite Kirin dish?
Kirin Chinese Dining
by T.P. Choi Restaurant, Inc.
Building 7, Bonifacio High Street,
Global City, Taguig City
Telephone: +632 799-9338
Mobile: +63917-LOVEOAP (5683627)
Email: [email protected]
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